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Old September 19th, 2012, 06:51 AM   #2461
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I think the fact that a government division is supporting this venture says to me that this is retaliation into AirAsia becoming an Indonesian company. Spin it whatever you will, but the truth is the company's headquarters is now operated out of Indonesia. AirAsia Malaysia's now just the group's largest affiliate.

Dude, fyi AirAsia Bhd (the parent company) is listed in Bursa Malaysia (formerly KL Stock Exchange). And correct me if i am wrong, since when did we have "AirAsia Malaysia"?? All this while we just refer to it as AirAsia (it denotes the parent company in MALAYSIA). After the emergence of all these affiliates, only then we have AirAsia Indonesia, AirAsia Thai and etc.....

AirAsia Indonesia is just one of AirAsia's affiliates(subsidiary company). AirAsia owns 49% shares in AirAsia Indonesia. 49% of the profits derived from AirAsia Indonesia operation will be ploughed back to its parent company which is listed in Malaysia.

Hopes this clarify...........
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So, because AirAsia is supposedly becoming more Indonesian the Malaysian government retaliates by starting a new airline together with another Indonesian airline?!?

If anyone thinks this makes sense, please enlighten me.
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Old September 19th, 2012, 03:38 PM   #2463
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So, because AirAsia is supposedly becoming more Indonesian the Malaysian government retaliates by starting a new airline together with another Indonesian airline?!?

If anyone thinks this makes sense, please enlighten me.

Hmn....i don't think it's the intention of the M'sian government to retaliate.......Seriously, I think they're too occupy with the upcoming election for this thing. I guess the company must have presented the M'sian government with something that's too good to be turned down. That's why the PM attended the inauguration ceremony......
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Old September 20th, 2012, 03:03 PM   #2464
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So, because AirAsia is supposedly becoming more Indonesian the Malaysian government retaliates by starting a new airline together with another Indonesian airline?!?

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not qte, lion has tried once with berjaya air but the deal didnt materialise. there was a rumour saying that lion tried to hv a stake n to revive FF jet ops. that didnt take off as well.

the mtg with NADI was held in Sgpore abt two weeks if i m not mistaken before the launch of Malindo. Lion Grup has always shown their interest to set up a lcc in KUL. so when the deals offered were attractive to them, they simply took the opps which they blve will benefit them.

anyway, it is good for the country's aviation. it breaks AA monopoly.
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Old September 22nd, 2012, 04:24 PM   #2465
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Dude, fyi AirAsia Bhd (the parent company) is listed in Bursa Malaysia (formerly KL Stock Exchange). And correct me if i am wrong, since when did we have "AirAsia Malaysia"?? All this while we just refer to it as AirAsia (it denotes the parent company in MALAYSIA). After the emergence of all these affiliates, only then we have AirAsia Indonesia, AirAsia Thai and etc.....

AirAsia Indonesia is one of AirAsia's affiliates(subsidiary company). AirAsia owns 49% shares in AirAsia Indonesia. 49% of the profits derived from AirAsia Indonesia operation will be ploughed back to its parent company which is listed in Malaysia.

Hopes this clarify...........
You may believe whatever Tony Fernandes is telling the press, but him calling the office in Jakarta "AirAsia ASEAN HQ", along with the board members all relocated there with the Group's direction now being directed from Indonesia, it looks like AirAsia Group is now a Malaysian Indonesia-based company.

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It might seem that's the case, but it doesn't look like it's the only reason because...

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anyway, it is good for the country's aviation. it breaks AA monopoly.
The government seems to have realized that while a Malaysia Airlines-AirAsia alliance would be great for both airlines, it wouldn't have benefited the people, particularly on domestic routes where AirAsia has been becoming increasingly monopolistic - charging higher average fares than ever before. Lion Air will serve to break that monopoly, and if they can keep their operating costs as low as the Indonesia's, I'd say Malindo will have a good chance of success.

From Lion Air's point of view, Malindo is simply a by-proxy carrier to weasel out of the negative stereotype people have about Indonesian carriers. Rather than flying point-to-point international routes, which can be a problem since Indonesia is so huge, KUL becomes a virtual scissor hub to launch longer-haul flights to Asia, India, Middle East and Europe. The Malaysian PM being there means that the government has realized that to make the KLIA hub bigger, you cannot just rely on homegrown airlines to add service. Dubai is already big with Emirates and Flydubai, but the addition of Qantas will only bode well for that hub. Similar to KL, Malindo will bode well, not for MH or AK/D7, but for KLIA as a hub.
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Andrew Muirhead's leather chosen for Malaysia Airlines' A380

Glasgow, Scotland 25 September 2012 – Andrew Muirhead and Son Limited, part of the Scottish Leather Group, has been selected to supply the leather for a new and updated fleet of Malaysia Airlines aircraft, including the pioneering new A380 Airbus widebody double-deck – the largest commercial aircraft in the sky.

The company’s renowned high performance low carbon leather is used in all cabins of the new A380, the B737-800 and for all headrests in the A330-300 aircraft on the Malaysian national carrier’s updated fleet. Malaysia Airlines’ new flagship aircraft, the A380 joined the fleet in July this year, on the daily London to Kuala Lumpur route, which now has two A380s in service. The third, Scottish leather adorned Malaysia Airlines A380, will commence operations on the airline’s international network by November this year.

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MAS to join oneworld in December

Malaysia Airlines expects to officially become part of the oneworld alliance in December, opening up new opportunities for Qantas frequent flyers for flights to Kuala Lumpur and onwards to Europe and Asia.
MAS signed up for oneworld in June 2011, with Qantas as its sponsor and a target of the second half of this year for full membership to kick in. That slipped to Q4, and even more recently into the early part of 2013.
But everything's now set for the Malaysian flag-carrier to formally take its seat at the oneworld table, with an airline spokesperson confirming to Australian Business Traveller today that "Malaysia Airlines is on track to join oneworld by the turn of the year."

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Old October 29th, 2012, 12:23 PM   #2468
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MAS confirms Oneworld inauguration date

Malaysia Airlines will officially become a Oneworld member on February 1 next year, around 20 months after first announcing plans to join the alliance.

Oneworld said that the carrier’s implementation programme “is on track for completion in the coming week”, but that the inauguration was being held until early next year “to avoid the end-of-year holiday season and for other administrative reasons”.
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MAS takes delivery of third Airbus A380
Published: 2012/11/16
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SEPANG: Malaysia Airlines' third Airbus A380 aircraft arrived in KL International Airport (KLIA) yesterday morning.

The aircraft, which was ferried from Toulouse, France, will undergo final preparations in KLIA for commercial flight operations. The national carrier will also receive its fourth A380 by end of this week, Malaysia Airlines said in a statement.

Malaysia Airlines will use these two 494-seater aircraft to commence day-time flights from KLIA to London Heathrow effective November 24. Flight MH4 will depart KLIA at 10.45am daily to arrive London Heathrow the same day at 4.15pm.

The return flight MH1 departs London daily at 10.00pm and arrives KLIA the next day at 6.20pm.

This day service will complement Malaysia Airlines' current daily A380 night service to the UK capital, where MH2 departs KLIA at 11.40pm and arrives in London at 5.50am the following day with the return flight MH3 departing London at 12.00 noon and arriving KLIA at 7.25am the next day.

With the introduction of the double daily A380 services effective November 24, Malaysia Airlines will cease the 359-seater B747-400 flight operations between KLIA and London.

The double daily A380 operations by Malaysia Airlines, the only full service carrier to offer direct services between Malaysia and the UK, will also improve weekly seat capacity by 37 per cent in both directions of the KLIA-London Heathrow route.

The A380 services will offer 6,916 seats weekly compared with 5,026 seats offered through the earlier double daily B747-400 operations, allowing more passengers to travel on the latest super jumbo aircraft.

Malaysia Airlines is the eighth operator of this new aircraft and will receive its remaining two A380s by the first quarter of 2013.
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AirAsia buys 100 more Airbus planes for US$9.4 billion, with total 475 planes; pushes ahead with expansion plans
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BROUGHTON, England: AirAsia Group is buying another 100 Airbus planes as it steps up its expansion in the core markets of Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia and pushes ahead into the new markets of Japan and the Philippines.

The 100 consist of 36 A320s with the current engine option and 64 A320s with the new engine option. The total value of the planes are US$9.4bil.


Flying high: (Seated, from left) Fernandes and Bregier facing the press after the signing ceremony. Looking on are (from left) Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, British Prime Minister David Cameron, State Secretary of Wales David Jones and Airbus COO (customer) John Leahy.

With the latest orders, the low-cost carrier has ordered 475 single aisle aircraft from Airbus, comprising 264 A320 with the new engine option and 211 A320 with the current engine option.

AirAsia group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes described Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia as its “three gold mines” while the Philippines and Japan have enormous potential growth.

“With these added aircraft, it goes in line with our strategy to further build our already extensive network through new routes and added frequencies and allow AirAsia to maintain its market leadership and dominance, especially in Malaysia and Thailand,” he said yesterday at the signing ceremony held at Airbus' British wing manufacturing plant in Broughton.

The order was announced during a visit by British Prime Minister David Cameron where he witnessed the signing of documents by Fernandes and Airbus president and chief executive officer Fabrice Brgier.

AirAsia said over 100 aircraft had already been delivered to the airline and this additional purchase would see AirAsia's aircraft deliveries continue until 2021.

Fernandes said AirAsia remained the most profitable low-cost carrier in Asia.

He said over the past decade, AirAsia witnessed competitors come and go while AirAsia maintained its growth trajectory together with increased margins, load factor and revenue per available seat kilometre.

“The key success is due our focus and discipline in terms of cost and our business model which allows the operations in Malaysia to remain the lowest in terms of cost against other airlines in the world and enables the company to maximise revenues through increase load factors, ancillary income and a stronger balance sheet.

“With this key ingredient, AirAsia remains in position to defend its margins which remain the highest in the industry,” he said.

AirAsia had displayed strong growth, recording net profit of RM157.81mil for its third quarter ended Sept 30, which was 3.6% higher than the RM152.29mil profit a year ago, riding on the higher passenger traffic.

The company posted record revenue of RM1.24bil, up 14.4% from RM1.081bil. Earnings per share were 5.7 sen compared with 5.5 sen previously.

Net operating profit was RM205.04mil, up 18% from RM173.45mil a year ago. AirAsia's cash position remained strong with RM2.2bil in cash and bank balances with net gearing reduced to 1.03 times this quarter (net gearing was reported at 1.10 times in second quater 2012).

Meanwhile, Airbus' Brgier described AirAsia as “one of the great success stories of recent years in the airline business.”

“The repeated confidence the airline places in the A320 is a clear endorsement of the reliability, efficiency and unbeatable operating economics offered by the world's most modern single aisle product line,” he said.

Brgier said the additional 36 newly-purchased Airbus A320 current engine option would be up to year 2016, with two to be delivered in 2013; four in 2014; 22 in 2015 and eight more in 2016.

In line with its growth plans in 2013 through the combination of firm Airbus deliveries and leases, Fernandes said Malaysia would take delivery of 10 aircraft, Thailand eight, Indonesia nine, the Philippines three and Japan four.

On Thailand, Fernandes said the country recorded the fastest growth in terms of passengers and was on course to be as profitable as the Malaysian operations.

“The added aircraft will for sure catapult them to grow its dominance domestically and internationally into new big markets such as China and India. With the recent move to the dedicated low-cost carrier terminal in Don Mueang and AirAsia being the anchor airline in operation, AirAsia sees our growth to catapult many folds in the short term.

“This ties with our vision to secure more secondary in the region in order to support our rapid growth and not be hampered by overcapacity in any main airports,” he said.

As for Indonesia, he said AirAsia was already best in class internationally and with the additional aircraft, it had set on penetrating the vast underserved domestic market, where its population of over 230 million people was a key catalyst to boost revenue.

As Japan and the Philippines are new in the AirAsia family, our focus is to grow profitably, maintain lower cost and ensure we position ourselves as the No. 1 brand in these markets,” he said.

The remaining 64 Airbus A320 new engine options will be delivered beginning 2017 with eight deliveries; 14 in 2018, 15 in 2019; 14 in 2020 and 13 more in 2021.

Brgier said the deliveries for the existing 200 Airbus A320neos purchased last year would still be from 2016 up to 2026. As part of the purchase agreement, AirAsia will also have the option for another 100 aircraft consisting of 50 Airbus A320 new engine options and 50 A321 new engine options.

AirAsia Berhad in Malaysia chief executive officer Aireen Omar said demand had been on a continuous upward trend, from 200,000 passengers when it was launched in 2001 to an estimated 32 million this year.

“The new order will facilitate our expansion plans in which AirAsia Malaysia will add connectivity to other parts of Asia as well as increase frequency to existing routes.

Aireen said as part of its continuous cost initiatives, the addition of the Airbus A320neos sharklet wingtips would reduce fuel consumption by about 15% per aircraft per annum.

Reuters reported from BROUGHTON, Wales: AirAsia confirmed a $9.4 billion order for 100 more Airbus jets on Thursday, making it the European planemaker's largest airline customer by number of planes ordered.

The deal for 64 revamped, fuel-efficient A320neo jets and 36 current-generation A320s comes on top of 375 similar planes already ordered by Asia's largest low-cost carrier.

"We have just bought 100 planes which makes a total of 475. To meet the amazing demand in Asia," AirAsia owner Tony Fernandes wrote on Twitter.

The deal is worth $9.4 billion at list prices but in practice aircraft are sold at significant discounts.

Britain, which co-operates in building Airbus planes together with France, Germany and Spain, said the deal would safeguard 9,000 British jobs including 1,500 at Airbus itself.

"This is excellent news and a tremendous boost for the workforce and for UK manufacturing," British Prime Minister David Cameron's office said in a statement.

Cameron, who eyes manufacturing as crucial to a rebalancing the British economy away from sectors like financial services, was at the Airbus wings factory in Wales when the announcement was made.

Together, Cameron and Fernandes toured the Broughton plant, which employs over 5,000 people out of 60,000 employed by Airbus globally.

The order had already been included in the Airbus books without the name of the buyer being identified, meaning Thursday's event was mainly a ceremonial one to promote the airline and the impact of aerospace on the British economy.

Its announcement comes a day after data showed that the number of people in work in Britain hit a record high in November, offering some relief to a government struggling with unpopular austerity measures and a sluggish economy.

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Economic growth, urbanisation and rising disposable incomes are spurring rapid passenger growth among Asian low-cost carriers, helping to shield Airbus and its rival Boeing from the malaise gripping developed economies.

Despite the new order, Airbus is expected to fall behind rival Boeing in the race for new business this year.

The contract reaffirms AirAsia, Asia's largest low-cost carrier, as the world's largest A320 customer and second only to leasing giants in the number of Airbus planes ordered.

Wearing a jaunty red baseball cap, Fernandes set out even more ambitious dreams for AirAsia, which was struggling when he bought it just over a decade ago.

"One day, Air Asia would be as well known as Coca Cola. That would be cool. That is a massive ask," he said.

AirAsia placed a record 200-plane Airbus order in 2011 and fresh talks between the groups, initially for 50 jets, were first reported by Reuters in May.

But the European planemaker's chances for a deal were thrown into doubt when Fernandes held surprise talks with Canadian planemaker Bombardier in July.

The talks, noticed by a Reuters sports correspondent, were held at Silverstone on the eve of the British Grand Prix. Fernandes owns a race team and a soccer club.

By September, industry sources said AirAsia and Airbus were closing in on an expanded deal for 100 aircraft.

"It's a huge ask for anyone to come in to AirAsia. We have to be responsible to our shareholders and be open to it," Fernandes said on Thursday.

Airbus and Boeing dominate the jet market but face a growing challenge from Canada's Bombardier as well as China and Russia.

Bombardier's CSeries aims to compete directly with the world's best-selling aircraft, the 150-seat Airbus A320 and Boeing's 737, and a deal with AirAsia would have been a coup.

Airbus Chief Executive Fabrice Bregier denied the Canadian group's model had ever seriously threatened the AirAsia deal.

Bombardier says its 130-seat jet is more modern and predicts sales will increase after a maiden flight due next year.

Fernandes said that he was buying the new Airbus planes mainly to grow his fleet, rather than to replace old aircraft.

He added that the company has no plans to look at a rights issue, saying that the transaction could be funded through cash. He also said the company is in a position to offer a dividend but gave no more detail.
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